Fender Player Jaguar Electric Bass, Maple Fingerboard

Fender Player Jaguar Electric Bass, Maple Fingerboard

When you need huge sound and impressive style on stage, the Jaguar Bass is your best bet. A set of P and J alnico 5 pickups crank out some massive tones.

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Submitted July 12, 2019 by Sotero Rivera in Torrington, CT
"Awesome bass. Highly recommended."
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Wow, I love this bass......From the moment I received this bass, it has been my go to axe. The pickups are excellent and very aggressive, yet keep that P bass type tone. Both pickups have proven to be very articulated in the mids and not to boomy in the lows. Just perfect for my taste. The highs are very clear but not too disjointed from the mids and lows. I use Rotosound 77 flatwounds. I did change the crappy bridge to a Hipshot Kickass bridge.Now, lets talk about the neck. I do agree that the neck is a little heavy but if you are sitting down, that should not be a problem. If you are standing up then you should be using a 3" wide strap. That rule goes for most Fender style basses. The neck is wide because it projects a P style tone that can only be accomplished by this thick neck type. If you pick up a 50's type P bass you will notice very quickly how thick the neck is, yet some bass players won't play anything else.Tone, sustain and playability. That is what you get with this bass. It's definitely not a bass for everyone but this bass is a kickass bass if you are comfortable with it.The frets were perfectly dressed and the fretboard had a nice finish. If you look at the shape of this Jaguar bass you will notice a lot of real estate in the slab of the body. This, along with this neck makes a perfect combination for sustain and presence which you can feel through your chess as you play it. The designers at Fender really know what they are doing.There is a reason why the Fender MIM basses are so popular.
Musical Background:
Rock, metal and classical guitar.
Musical Style:
Classic metal and classic rock. Some reggae.
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Submitted June 7, 2019 by a customer from gmail.com
"The good and the bad"
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The good: Sounds and looks great. Pickups are most impressive feature of this bass, especially the p-pickup. Decent hardware throughout.The bad: Fat neck, almost Gibson-ish. Strange how no online reviews mention the baseball bat neck. And neck dive. I've never been one to notice neck dive until this bass. Neck falls straight to the ground when playing with strap. Overall: Overpriced in my opinion. MIM priced like a MIJ. Fretwork is average at best. The sound and look saved it from being returned
Musical Background:
25 yrs bassist
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Submitted February 29, 2020 by a customer from hotmail.com
"Meow"
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This bass is amazing, pure mesh of p and the jazz, in love with this instrument, as for the neck thickness it’s the same as the jazz bass, deff not as think at the nut like my mustang or the p bass, amazing overall love the tide pool and gotta day the big body sustain and feel of this bass is one of a kind, thanks sounds and thank you MiM fenders!!!!!!!!!
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